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THE TITHE CHURCH.

THE TITHE CHURCH.

Mr. Stanley lactnlgbl drew upon himself a smart bit from Mr. O’Conaall, by noticing an omission in Mr. O’Coßnsirt statement of Iba aanlenls a petition, which thought would tell against the petitioner*. petitioners complained the dispersion a tithe meeting military, and Mr. Stenl
26 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Monday

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Monday

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE —Monday Wi«blhe ciceplion of oats arrivals list week were moderate and this supply no means large wheat, which, in is bad condition. at ran noted the c-f this article since Monday last, but the trade was very dull at the quota ions. Ba*ley was per lower today
14 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ADDRESS-CATHOLIC OATH

THE ADDRESS-CATHOLIC OATH

Lord OKMELIE then apprireri at the bar with the re port corrirriittee upon the address. On the motion that the report be brought or. Mr. LANGDAI E bigged call the attention of the house to subj'Ct which he felt d eply interested, al ihou.h he waa- afraid, doing so. might liespas
14 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THUATKE ROYAL. SECOND APPEARANCE OP MR. COLLINS, Of the Theitre Royal, Hsymarket, who is engaged for few Nights only, and

THUATKE ROYAL. SECOND APPEARANCE OP MR. COLLINS, Of the Theitre Royal, Hsymarket, who is engaged for few Nights only, and

who was received on his debut last Evening with most distinguished applause. THIS PRESENT EVENING, (Toe«I»T,) Feb. 26, their Majesties’ Servants will perform the Opera of THE SIEGE BELGRADE. The Scntkier, Mr Collin*, hi* tppnrane* here, in which will *in)( The Row and th* Liljr,
26 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTROVERTED ELECTION PETITIONS.

CONTROVERTED ELECTION PETITIONS.

The following is a list of the Irish petitions presented to the House of Commons, with the respective days appointed for taking the same into consideration:— Coleraine*, Feb. 2G. Clonmel, March 21. Newry, |i»l.) Match 7. Londonderry,(3 pet.) Mar.2l Cork, (2 pet.) March 7. Por'at
26 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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13 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS

THE FUNDS

lovnea mossat. Kr(sli-l> M< n<» Market b»»»s ludsy, lh<* pne»»re bn»»», ,he Aee<»a»» K*cii«q«»r BiH* t , r SS<. (o ■<l. bank Stuck h*s aflvdocrd per cent. ; <|ticted Thskr —Cnnsols for Account 87|J.
21 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECALL OF EARL MULGRAVE.

RECALL OF EARL MULGRAVE.

Toe Ttl graph »f Si;utd»y »»y»—“ '• r«- tbit Earl Molgr«»e is refilled from the of Jamaiei, and tbit h* will he tueceeded Major-Genertl Sir John Kteni.” iMPRhIAL PABIIAMEST. HOUSE OF LORDS— Mox»at. (fRojA a »tc«KB *»ni th* »u».) The Loid Chanetilor Wok his seat the at o'c'ock. E
21 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OLDEN'S INVENTIONS AND PROPRIETARY ARTICLES. . OLDEN’S EUKIER OGENEON,or Deteret^VgetaWe Shaving Oil, for facilitating and rendcrfiflrtjplightfui the operation of Shaving.

OLDEN'S INVENTIONS AND PROPRIETARY ARTICLES. . OLDEN’S EUKIER OGENEON,or Deteret^VgetaWe Shaving Oil, for facilitating and rendcrfiflrtjplightfui the operation of Shaving.

Bottles, at 2s^a^y^h f with directions for nse. g OI DEN’S H YGIAZILOTRON, or Detersive Healinf Lotion, for the cure of Indolent Ulcers, Scald Heads, Scorbutic Erruptions, Cuts, and Bruises, and for Enemata. Bottles, 2*. 'id. and 4»., with directions for use, and Medical Certifi
23 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HALL LANTERNS, BELLS Ac. i CANDLESTICKS FOR MANTLE-PIECE. JJf BRANCHES. INKSTANDS. HANGING AND STANDING LAMPS. f TOILET, CHINA, AND EARTHENWARE.

HALL LANTERNS, BELLS Ac. i CANDLESTICKS FOR MANTLE-PIECE. JJf BRANCHES. INKSTANDS. HANGING AND STANDING LAMPS. f TOILET, CHINA, AND EARTHENWARE.

DESSERT AND DINNER SERVICES. TEA AND BREAKFAST DITTO. JCGS, ORNAMENTAL CHINA. CUT AND PLAIN CRYSTAL GLASS. CARETS AND PORTER HAVE now ready for close inspection the Largest and motl Varied Collection of the above, and all other elegant, fashionable and useful Articles in their T
23 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland